Welcome to the last issue of the Dev Diary created by the EOSC Enhance project, as we approach the end of these exciting two years working on the EOSC Portal. Take a look at the main updates and key upcoming dates!
The EOSC Future project is launching a commercial services survey to gather feedback from researchers on the various commercial digital services and datasets they use in their work. Ultimately, this information will offer valuable insight into which digital services should be prioritised and procured within the European Open Science Cloud. The survey will be available until 16 November 2021.
MOBIS is a service that facilitates the integration of environmental sensors and biodiversity data in an app so that researchers and developers can customise their own projects to collect and combine all sorts of useful information from images or low-cost sensors linked to a mobile website or a native app platform. Find it on the EOSC Marketplace!
The EOSC Catalogue and Marketplace offer resources and services supporting the discovery, sharing, composition and analysis of research data. A virtual tour is now available to help users navigate this platform and make the most of the European Open Science Cloud (EOSC).
The EOSC Future Work Package dedicated to Architecture and Interoperability (WP3) announced a call for proposals of Working Groups (WGs) with the aim of engaging the community to define guidelines and standards to advance the EOSC Interoperability Framework.
The spring and summer of 2021 were particularly intense for the EOSC Portal team, as EOSC Enhance was finally joined by the latest addition to the landscape: EOSC Future! Take a look at the latest news about the Portal development.
Over the past few months, the EOSC regional projects reached out to the President and Directors of the EOSC Association in order to collect insights relevant to regional and local Open Science communities across Europe.